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									                             DONNA M. DUDNEY, PH.D.
                                     PERSONAL DATA

OFFICE ADDRESS
Deans Office, CBA 214C
College of Business Administration
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
(402) 472-5695

TEACHING INTERESTS: Financial institutions and markets, project analysis and
                    investments.

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Asset pricing, market efficiency/market anomalies, fixed income,
                    corporate governance and valuation.


                                        EDUCATION

       Ph.D.          School:      University of Nebraska-Lincoln
                      Date:        August 1997
                      Major Field: Interdepartmental Area of Business (Finance, with outside
                                   area in Econometrics)

       M.A.           School:      University of Nebraska-Lincoln
                      Date:        May 1991
                      Major Field: Finance

       B.S.           School:      Nebraska Wesleyan University
                      Date:        May 1982
                      Major Field: Economics


                        COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY POSITIONS

2009           Associate Professor of Finance

2005-2009      Assistant Dean, College of Business, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

1999-2005      Assistant Professor of Finance, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

1997-1998      Senior Lecturer in Finance, University of Nebraska

1994-1997      Business Division Chair, College of Saint Mary.
1993-1997      Business Administration Program Director, College of Saint Mary.

1993-1997      College of Saint Mary, Assistant Professor.

                                   HONORS AND AWARDS

Recipient, College of Business Administration Outstanding Distance Teaching Award, 2006.
Recipient, Parent’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Students 2003 and 2007
Recipient, Pinnacle Bank Faculty Award, June 1999
Nominated by students for Distinguished Teaching Award at UNL, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2004 and
2005.
      (ineligible to compete for the award in 1997 and 1998 because of non-tenure track status).
College of Saint Mary, Inspiring Excellence Award, 1997
American Business Women’s Association (Omaha Chapter) Educator of the Year 1995-96


                      ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS

Financial Management Association
Midwest Finance Association
Southern Finance Association


 PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT/CONSULTING EXPERIENCE/BOARD SERVICE

Nebraska Educational Finance Authority financial consultant on various tax-exempt bond issues
for private higher education institutions (1/99 to 5/04) (Issuers include Hastings College (1/03),
York College (3/00), and Dana College (99))

Nebraska Educational Television Commission (NETC) Financial Consultant on $50 million
bond issue to finance purchase of satellite transponder and digital television equipment, 3/99-
6/99.

Gretna United Methodist Church Financial Consultant on financing for $977,000
building/remodeling project, 1997-2003

College of Saint Mary Financial Consultant on debt restructuring, 1996.

College of Saint Mary Financial Task Force Chair, 1995.

FirsTier Bank Lincoln, Public Finance Department, Vice President, 1989-1991.

FirsTier Bank Lincoln, Public Finance Department, Assistant Vice President, 1987-1988.

FirsTier Bank Lincoln, Municipal Underwriting Officer, 1985-1988
                                      PUBLICATIONS

“Does the Quality of Financial Advice Affect Prices?” coauthored with Dr. Arthur Allen.
Forthcoming in Financial Review.

“Management Use of Image Restoration Strategies to Address SOX 404 Material Weakness,”
coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber, Dr. Sheri Erickson, and Dr. Joann Segovia. Forthcoming in
Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal.

“Should More Local Governments Purchase a Bond Rating?” coauthored with Dr. Arthur Allen
and George Sanders. Forthcoming in Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

“P/E Changes: Some New Results,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas
Jirasakuldech. Forthcoming in Journal of Forecasting.

“Return Predictability and the P/E Ratio: Reading the Entrails,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn
and Dr. Benjamas Jirasakuldech. Cover Story, Journal of Investing, Fall 2008, Vol. 17, Issue 3,
p. 75-82.

“Do Tax-Exempt Yields Adjust Slowly to Substantial Changes in Taxable Yields?” coauthored
with Dr. John Geppert. Journal of Futures Markets, August 2008, Vol. 28, No. 8, p.763-789.

“The Impact of Rating Agency Reputation on Local Government Bond Yields”, coauthored with
Dr. Arthur Allen, Journal of Financial Services Research, February 2008, Vol. 33, Issue 1, p.
57-76.

“Changes in CEO Compensation Structure and the Impact on Future Firm Performance
Following CEO Turnover,” coauthored with Dr. David Blackwell and Dr. Kathleen Farrell.
Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. October 2007, Vol. 27, Issue 3, p. 315-338.

“Mortgage Debt: The Good News,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Manferd Peterson.
Journal of Financial Planning, September 2004, Vol. 17, Issue 9, p. 64 -72.

"The Development and Use of a Standardized Test for the Introductory Undergraduate
Managerial Finance Course," coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber and Dr. Jill Bale, Financial
Decisions, Fall 2004, Vol. 16, No. 1, Article 5, 19 pp.

“A Reduced Form Coefficients Analysis of Executive Ownership, Corporate Value and
Executive Compensation,”coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber. Financial Review, August 2003,
Vol. 38, No. 3, p. 399-413.

"Assessing and Developing Writing Skills in Finance," coauthored with Dr. Jill Bale. Regional
Business Review, May 2002, Vol. 21.

"Teaching Generation X: Do Andragogical Learning Principles Apply to Undergraduate Finance
Education?" coauthored with Dr. Jill Bale. Journal of Financial Practice and Education,
Spring/Summer 2000, Vol. 10, No. 1, p. 216-227.
                               PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS

“Changes in P/E: Some New Results,” coauthored with Dr. Benjamas Jirasakuldech and Dr.
Tom Zorn, Academy of Economics and Finance Annual Conference, Myrtle Beach, South
Carolina, February 2005.

"A Standardized Pre and Post-Test for the Introductory Undergraduate Managerial Finance
Course," coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber and Dr. Jill Bale, Western Decision Sciences
Annual Conference, Kapaluna, Hawaii, April 2000.

“An Evaluation of Finance Internet Sites: Which Sites are Best for Use in the Investments
Classroom?”, coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber, Western Decision Sciences Annual
Conference, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, April 1999.

“A Rational Expectations Test of the Size Anomaly,” coauthored with Dr. Gordon Karels,
Western Decision Sciences Annual Conference, Reno, Nevada, April 1998.

                        RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS

Banking Program Summer Research Grant, Summer 2008
Banking Program Summer Research Grant, Summer 2007
Banking Program Summer Research Grant, Summer 2006
Hicks Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2005
Banking Program Summer Research Grant, Summer 2005
Hick Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2004
Qualsett Research Fellowship, Summer 2004
Hicks Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2003
Qualsett Research Fellowship, Summer 2003
Hicks Summer Research Fellowship, Summer 2002
Qualsett Research Fellowship, Summer 2002
Layman Grant, received April 2001, $3,500 to purchase municipal market data.
Kemper Fouundation Grant, Chicago, Illinois, to fund purchase and maintenance of financial
databases, and three multimedia computer stations, $47,000, March 1997
(College of Saint Mary)
Deloitte Touche, LLP grant to underwrite the costs of Camp Entrepreneur, a day camp for young
women ages 12 - 17, $10,000, May 1997 (College of Saint Mary)


                    SEMINAR/CONFERENCE PAPERS PRESENTED
                                 Outside UNL

“The Impact of Liquidity and Ownership Structure on Investment Opportunities and Corporate
Value for Bank Holding Companies,” coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber and Dr. Jim Schmidt.
Submitted for presentation at the Southern Finance Association annual meeting in November
2009.
“Image Restoration Strategies in Response to SOX 404 Material Weakness Disclosures: A
Study of the Banking Industry,” coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber, Dr. Sheri Erickson, and Dr.
Joann Segovia. Presented at the Southwestern Finance Association annual meeting in Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma, February, 2009. Presented by Marsha Weber and Donna Dudney.

“Does Federal Reserve Action Affect Equity Market Returns,” coauthored with Dr. David
Volkman and Dr. Olivier Masondieu Laforge. Presented at Academy of Economics and Finance
annual conference in Nashville, Tennessee, 2008. Winner of Best Paper Award in Finance.
Presented by David Volkman.

“Do Residual Earnings Price Ratios Explain Cross-Sectional Variations in Stock Returns,” co-
authored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas Jirasakuldech. Presented at Academy of
Economics and Finance Annual Conference in Jacksonville, Florida, 2007. Presented by Tom
Zorn.

“Does the Quality of Financial Advice Affect Prices?” coauthored with Dr. Arthur Allen,
Financial Management Association Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, October 2006. Presented
by Donna Dudney.

“The Impact of Moody’s vs. Standard & Poors’ on Local Government Bond Yields”, coauthored
with Dr. Arthur Allen. Financial Management Association Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City,
October 2006. Presented by Donna Dudney.

“Should More Local Governments Purchase a Bond Rating?” coauthored with Dr. Arthur Allen,
Financial Management Association Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, October 2006. Presented
by Donna Dudney.

“Pensions and Risk,” coauthored with Dr. Manferd Peterson and Dr. Tom Zorn, Academy of
Financial Services Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, October 2006. Presented by Tom Zorn.

“Does the Quality of Financial Advice Affect Prices?” coauthored with Dr. Arthur Allen, 2006
Government and Non-Profit Section Mid-Year Meeting, Miami, Florida, February 2006.
Presented by Arthur Allen.

“Ownership Structure, Investment, and Corporate Value for Bank Holding Companies,”
coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber and Dr. Jim Schmidt, Southern Finance Association Annual
Meeting, Key West, Florida, December 2005. Presented by Donna Dudney and Marsha Weber.

“P/E Change: Some New Results,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas
Jirasakuldech, Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October
2005. Presented by Donna Dudney.

“Overreaction: Reading the Entrails,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas
Jirasakuldech. Financial Management Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois, October
2005. Presented by Tom Zorn.

“P/E Changes: Some New Results,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas
Jirasakuldech, Academy of Economics and Finance Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South
Carolina, February 2005. Presented by Donna Dudney.
“Do Tax-Exempt Yields Adjust Slowly to Substantial Changes in Taxable Yields?” coauthored
with Dr. John Geppert. Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans,
Louisiana, October 2004. Presented by Donna Dudney.

“Changes in CEO Compensation Structure and the Impact on Future Firm Performance
Following CEO Turnover,” coauthored with Dr. David Blackwell and Dr. Kathleen Farrell.
Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 2004.
Presented by Kathy Farrell.

“The P/E Multiple, Market Efficiency and Bubbles,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr.
Benjamas Jirasakuldech, Southern Finance Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, December 2003.
Presented by Tom Zorn.

“The P/E Multiple, Market Efficiency and Bubbles,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr.
Benjamas Jirasakuldech. Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, Denver,
Colorado, October 2003. Presented by Donna Dudney.

“The Optimal Level of Mortgage Debt,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Manferd
Peterson. Academy of Financial Services Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 2003.
Presented by Tom Zorn.

“The Relative Speed of Adjustment in Tax-Exempt Yields Following Substantial Changes in
Taxable Yields,” coauthored with Dr. John Geppert. Midwest Finance Association Annual
Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, March 2003. Presented by Donna Dudney.

“Divergence from Fundamentals: An Alternative Methodology to Identify Bubbles,” coauthored
with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas Jirasakuldech, Academy of Economics and Finance
Annual Meeting, Savannah, Georgia, February 2003. Presented by Benjamas Jirasakuldech.

"A Reduced Form Coefficients Analysis of Executive Ownership, Corporate Value and
Executive Compensation," coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber. Southern Finance Association
Annual Meeting, Destin, Florida, November 2001. Presented by Donna Dudney.

"Assessing & Developing Writing Skills in Finance," coauthored with Dr. Jill Bale. Financial
Management Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, October 2000. Presented by
Donna Dudney and Jill Bale.

"A Standardized Pre- and Post-Test for the Introductory Undergraduate Managerial Finance
Course," coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber and Dr. Jill Bale, Western Decision Sciences
Annual Conference, Kapaluna, Hawaii, April 2000. Presented by Donna Dudney.

“An Evaluation of Finance Internet Sites: Which Sites are Best for Use in the Investments
Classroom?”, coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber, presented at the Western Decision Sciences
Annual Conference, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, April 1999. Presented by Donna Dudney.
"Teaching Generation X: Do Andragogical Learning Principles Apply to Undergraduate Finance
Education?" coauthored with Dr. Jill Bale. Presented at the Financial Management Association
annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October 1998. Presented by Jill Bale.

"A Rational Expectations Test of the Size Anomaly," coauthored with Dr. Gordon Karels,
presented at the Western Decision Sciences Conference, Reno, Nevada, April 1998. Presented
by Donna Dudney.


                                   SUBMITTED PAPERS

“The Impact of Liquidity and Ownership Structure on Investment Opportunities and Corporate
Value for Bank Holding Companies,” coauthored with Dr. Marsha Weber and Dr. Jim Schmidt.
Submitted to Journal of Financial Services Research in March, 2009.

“Image Restoration Strategies in Response to SOX 404 Material Weakness Disclosures: A
Study of the Banking Industry,” coauthored with . Marsha Weber, Dr. Joann Segovia, and Dr.
Sheri Erickson. Submitted to Advances in Accounting, Finance and Economics in February,
2009.

“Financial Disclosure and Stock Market Behavior: An International Comparison,” coauthored
with Dr. Benjamas Jiraskuldech, Dr. John Geppert and Dr. Tom Zorn. Revise and resubmit
received from Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting in June 2007. Accepted with
minor revisions in August 2008.

                                    WORKING PAPERS

 “Do Residual Earnings Price Ratios Explain Cross-Sectional Variations in Stock Returns?” co-
authored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Benjamas Jirasakuldech.

“Does Federal Reserve Action Affect Equity Market Returns?” coauthored with Dr. David
Volkman and Dr. Olivier Masondieu Laforge.

 “Pensions and Risk,” with Manferd Peterson and Tom Zorn. Revise and resubmit received from
Journal of Financial Planning in June 2007.

“Fixing the College Athlete Recruiting Mess: An Incentive Compatible Mechanism,” co-
authored with Dr. Tom Zorn.

“How to Save Defined Benefit Pension Plans,” coauthored with Dr. Tom Zorn and Dr. Manferd
Peterson.



             DISCUSSANT/SESSION CHAIR/CONFERENCE ORGANIZER

Southwestern Finance Association, Session Chair, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, February 2009
Southern Finance Association, Discussant, Destin, Florida, November 2006
Midwest Finance Association, Discussant, St. Louis, Missouri, March 2003
Southern Finance Association, Discussant, Destin, Florida, November 2001
Western Decision Sciences Annual Conference, Session Chair, Kapaluna, Hawaii, 2000.
Western Decision Sciences, Annual Conference, Session Chair, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 1999.
Western Decision Sciences, Annual Conference, Session Chair, Reno, Nevada, 1998.


                                TEACHING SCHEDULE

Fall 1997            461/861 Advanced Finance                      46 enrolled
                     365 Financial Markets and Institutions       185 enrolled
                     363 Principles of Investments                100 enrolled

Spring 1998          365 Financial Markets and Institutions       135 enrolled
                     461/861 Advanced Finance                      40 enrolled
                     363 Principles of Investments                110 enrolled

Summer 1998          812 Managerial Economics (Offutt)             11 enrolled

Fall 1998            365 Financial Markets and Institutions       160 enrolled
                     365c Financial Markets and Institutions       30 enrolled
                     363 Principles of Investments                108 enrolled

Spring 1999          365 Financial Markets and Institutions      127 enrolled
                     363 Principles of Investments               108 enrolled

Summer 1999          260 JD Edwards Summer Enterprise Camp
                     (Personal Finance)                           45 enrolled

Fall 1999            363 Principles of Investments               102 enrolled
                     361 Finance                                  43 enrolled

Spring 2000          463 Security Analysis                        59 enrolled
                     306 Accounting                               34 enrolled

Summer 2000          812 Managerial Economics (team taught with
                     Dr. Tom Zorn)                              30 enrolled

Fall 2000            363 Principles of Investments               108 enrolled
                     463 Security Analysis                         7 enrolled

Spring 2001          363 Principles of Investments               100 enrolled
                     363 Principles of Investments                50 enrolled
                   TEACHING SCHEDULE (Continued)

Summer 2001   260 JD Edwards Summer Academy               35 enrolled

Fall 2001     365 Financial Markets and Institutions     145 enrolled
              363 Principles of Investments              108 enrolled

Spring 2002   365 Financial Markets and Institutions     108 enrolled

Summer 2002   260 JD Edwards Summer Academy               36 enrolled

Fall 2002     365 Financial Markets and Institutions     148 enrolled
              812 Managerial Economics                    20 enrolled

Spring 2003   463 Security Analysis                       45 enrolled
              365 Financial Markets and Institutions     160 enrolled

Fall 2003     365 Financial Markets and Institutions     160 enrolled
              363 Principles of Investments              145 enrolled

Spring 2004   365 Financial Markets and Institutions     145 enrolled
              363 Principles of Investments              110 enrolled

Fall 2004     365 Financial Markets and Institutions     140 enrolled
              363 Principles of Investments              110 enrolled

Spring 2005   No classes

Summer 2005   812 Managerial Economics (online)               42 enrolled

Fall 2005     365 Financial Markets and Institutions      135 enrolled
              465/865 Bank Management                      34 enrolled

Spring 2006   465/865 Bank Management                       44 enrolled
              361H Principles of Corporate Finance (Honors) 10 enrolled

Summer 2006   812 Managerial Economics                        15 enrolled

Fall 2006     365 Financial Markets and Institutions      112 enrolled

Spring 2007   361H Principles of Corporate Finance (Honors)    8 enrolled

Summer 2007   812 Managerial Economics                         7 enrolled

Fall 2007     363 Principles of Investments               130 enrolled

Spring 2008   361H Principles of Corporate Finance (Honors) 11 enrolled
                           TEACHING SCHEDULE (Continued)

Summer 2008           812 Managerial Economics                         9 enrolled

Fall 2008             260X Personal Finance                           39 enrolled
                      398/898 Buffett Investment Methodology          31 enrolled

Spring 2009           260X Personal Finance                           57 enrolled
                      812 Managerial Economics                        46 enrolled


                                          SERVICE

Department

Search Committee - Assistant Professor of Finance (two positions) (Fall 2004)

Presentation on the finance major to BSAD097 career exploration class consisting of first-year
UNL business students (Fall 2003 and Fall 2004)

Presentation on the finance major to BSAD101 Business Leadership Development class
consisting of first-year UNL business students (Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Fall 2008 and Spring 2009)

Finance Curriculum Review Committee (2001).

Attended Graduate School of Banking in Madison, Wisconsin (Summer 1998)

Completed evaluation of Internet information available on the University of Nebraska finance
doctorate program and worked with UNL staff to update the CBA web site to incorporate
additional information on graduate programs in finance.

Supervise honors projects and independent studies for undergraduate finance majors.

Co-Sponsor with Dr. John Geppert - Finance Club – 1999 - 2006

Developed Shadowing Program for Finance Club - Fall 2000.

College

Member – Accounting faculty search committee for 2 tenure track faculty positions – Fall 2008.
Member – Search Committee for Design Studio Lecturer position in J.D. Edwards Honors
Program – April 2008.
Chair – Search Committee for MBA Placement and Corporate Relations Director – February
2008
Website Evaluation Committee Chair – January 2007 – August 2007
BSAD101 Co-coordinator – Fall 2006
Academic Planning Committee Chair – Fall 2006 – present
Assessment Committee – Fall 2006 – present
Scholarship, Honors and Awards Committee, Fall 2003 – Fall, 2005
Undergraduate Women in Business, Sponsor, 1999-present.
Student Advisory Board, co-sponsor, 2006 – 2007
College of Saint Mary, Camp Entrepreneur, Director, Day camp for girls ages 12-17, 1997.
College of Saint Mary, Business and Information Club, Sponsor, 1994-1997.

University

Academic Management Information System (AMIS) Committee – Fall 2008
Achievement-Centered Education (ACE) – Course Facilitator for new General Education
program – Spring 2008 to present
Online Degree Completion Program Task Force – Spring 2007 - present
Enrollment Management Profile Committee – Fall 2006 – Spring 2007
University Marshall, August 2001 to August 2004 (assist with every UNL graduation)
Presented Workshop Session on obtaining investment information from the Internet for the
SAGE program, Fall, 2000 and Spring 2001 (50 life-long learning participants).
Presented information on retirement planning to the Coaches Roundtable group organized by Lee
Pettit (25 participants).
Academic Standards Committee, Member, May 2000 to May 2003 (evaluate appeals from
students placed on academic probation)
Presentation to Cather Hall students on stock market and investment topics, March 2000.
College of Saint Mary, Faculty Assembly Council, Chairperson, 1996-1997.
College of Saint Mary, Faculty Assembly Council, Vice Chairperson, 1995-1996.
College of Saint Mary, Financial Consultant on $2 million debt restructuring, 1996.
College of Saint Mary, Budget Committee, Member, 1996-1997.
College of Saint Mary, Financial Task Force Committee, Chair, 1995.
College of Saint Mary, Strategic Planning Task Force, 1995-1996.
College of Saint Mary, Curriculum Committee, Member, 1996-1997.
College of Saint Mary, Dean's Council, Member, 1994-1997.
College of Saint Mary, Educational Policies Committee, Member, 1993-1994.
College of Saint Mary, Computer Graphics Program Task Force, Member, 1996-1997.
College of Saint Mary, Inauguration Planning Committee, Reception Chair, 1996.
College of Saint Mary, Assessment Committee, Member, 1995-1996.
College of Saint Mary, Bachelor of General Studies Committee, Chair, 1994-1995.
College of Saint Mary, Service Learning Program Participant and Grant Recipient. 1994.
College of Saint Mary, Leadership Training Program, Presenter, Topic: Conflict Resolution and
         Successful Leadership Styles, 1995-1996.
College of Saint Mary, Lincoln Graduation Address, Speaker, 1996.

Professional/Community

Building Committee member, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, April 2008 to present
Secretary, Leadership Council, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, January 2006 to December
2007.
Building Fund Financial Secretary, Gretna United Methodist Church, January 2002 to July,
2003.

University of Nebraska representative to Future Force Finance, a taskforce assembled by the
Nebraska Department of Education to increase high school student interest in finance careers
(2006 – present)
Presented a workshop for the Nebraska State Business Education Association on teaching
introductory finance concepts (October 2002 - 60 participants).
Presented Breakout Session on low-cost sources of internet investment information at the Omaha
World Herald Personal Investment Conference in August 2000 (225 participants)
Volunteer Mediator, Lincoln Lancaster Mediation Center, 1998-2000.
Mediation Training Coach, Lincoln Lancaster Mediation Center, January 2000.
Omaha Women’s Fund Leadership Task Force (Spring 1995 to December 2000) Administrative
Chair from December 1999 to December 2000
Gretna United Methodist Church, Finance Committee, 1994-1996 and January 2002 to July 2003
Gretna United Methodist Church, Administrative Council, 1996-2001
Gretna United Methodist Church, Administrative Council Chair, 1997-1999 (3-year term)
Gretna United Methodist Church, Education Committee, 1994-1998
Great Plains Girl Scout Council Marketing Committee (1995-1997)
Junior Achievement Instructor – “Our Nation” (5th and 6th grade) and “Our Family”
        (1st grade) programs (Fall 1995 and Spring 1997)
Junior Achievement Club, Westside High School, Speaker - Topic: Successful Job Search
        Strategies, 1994.
American Business Women’s Association. Speaker - Topic: Images of Women in the Media,
        1995.
Omaha Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Speaker - Topic: Images of Women in the Media,
        1996.


Revised 6/1/09

								
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